DENR listed 32, 542 lots ready for titling in 9 pilot municipalities
The Department of Environment and Natural Resources has listed a total of 32, 542 residential and agricultural lots for ready for titling in 9 municipalities, as of this writing.
Upon evaluation, the Land Management Bureau (LMB), found that 49% of these lots are residential while the rest are mostly agricultural.
This was after the DENR has implemented the Rapid Land Tenure Appraisal (RLTA) in 2018, a strategy identified by its Land Management Bureau (LMB) in accelerating land titling activities of the Department.
According to LMB Director Atty. Emelyne V. Talabis, RLTA provides an accurate inventory of all the remaining untitled lands all over the Philippines in support to the Number 6 of President Duterte Administration’s 10-point socio-economic agenda specifically on “ensuring security of land tenure to encourage investments, and address bottlenecks in land management and titling agencies”.
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Talakayang Panlupa continues to reach out to public with its second episode
With the success of the first episode of Talakayang Panlupa, which aired last September 09, 2020, the Land Management Bureau (LMB) continues to extend its services to the public by airing another episode of the said talk show last September 16, 2020.This episode focused on topics concerning Land Titling Programs and Land Claims and Conflicts.
During the first segment, the OIC-Chief of Land Management Division (LMD), Mr. Alex C. Pascua, and Chief, LMD - Patent and Deeds Section (PADS), Engr. Shirley N. Fungo, thoroughly explained the rules and procedures on the DENR’s Land Titling Programs.
Engr. Fungo expounded the “Handog Titulo sa Taguig” Program of LMB which involves land disposition or awarding of land titles through sale to eligible landless residents of the City of Taguig prior January 6, 1986 as mandated in Proclamation No. 172 dated January 6, 1986 and its Implementing Rules and Regulations, Memorandum Order No. 119 dated October 16, 1987, declaring the four barangays in Taguig, namely: Lower Bicutan, Upper Bicutan, Western Bicutan, and Signal Village as open for disposition. She mentioned that after the cadastral survey, these four barangays in Taguig were subdivided into eight new barangays; such as, Central Signal Village, North Signal Village, South Signal Village, Upper Bicutan, Central Bicutan, Lower Bicutan, New Lower Bicutan, and Western Bicutan
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